Canberra Cross Country Ski Club

Come Ski With Us

Are you tired of crowded ski slopes? Do you want to ski for months before the resorts open and after they close? Are you a bushwalker who would like to explore the mountains in winter? Are you a runner or skater who would like to try racing on snow?

If you want to make first tracks down that snow covered mountain that you can see from the lookout but could never reach, or glide or skate through the trees, or snowcamp for a weekend or a week in a winter wonderland, you should leave the ski lifts behind and embark on a Cross-Country skiing adventure.

Cross-Country skiing can be a leisurely tour on a track or in the backcountry, and it can an adrenaline-pumping, heart-pounding sport when citizen racing or descending a mountain by telemark or alpine techniques.

Canberra Cross Country Ski Club (CCCSC) can help.

More information on Cross-Country skiing can be found on this website and its links, and on

Come Join Us

Join online now atRegister Now

Fees are $50 for a single membership and $65 for a household membership.

Download and print the 2015 Membership Form [PDF] .


CCCSC brings members together for day, overnight and longer ski tours from May to November if snow conditions permit. International ski adventures – trips to New Zealand (2012) and the Indian Himalaya (2013) – have been run and will be planned. Click here to go to the Tours Page. The latest details of tours are in the 'Members Only' area.

The latest updated list of Tours for this year is available in the members only area.

A summary of the Tours for this year is available to everyone.

If you are interested in participating in a tour, please contact the tour leader where one is listed; where no tour leader is yet shown, you can indicate your wish to join the tour by emailing the tour coordinator on It is important to register with the leader beforehand and not just turn up to a tour on the day without notice. Please provide:

It is important that tour participants ensure that their abilities match the skill levels required by the tour - a description of the Terrain, Distance and Skill Level descriptors is provided on the Tours/Tour Grading page on the club's website.

It is important to book on a tour as early as possible. Registering to join a tour should normally be made by 2pm on the Thursday before the tour, at the latest.


Social Activities, etc

Apple Calendar for Club social activies and committee meetings
  URL of this calendar: webcal://

Subscribe to these calendars, as they will be updated from time to time throughout the ski season.

Social Meetings

Wednesday, 25 May 2016 – Welome Back

Presenter: Club Members

First meeting of the new season. Reminisce about 2015. Plan for 2016.


All social meetings are at the Turner Scout Hall, 5 Masson Street, Turner. The Hall is located adjacent to Haig Park. Doors will open at 7.30pm for a 7.45pm start. Light refreshments will be available. Members and visitors are most welcome.

Christmas Party. Wednesday 9 December.

The Canberra Cross-Country Ski Club Christmas Party will be held on Wednesday, 9 December, at Nara Park (on the lake shore behind the Hyatt Hotel) from 5:30pm. A club banner will be erected near one of the BBQs. This is a BYO food and drink event. So come along and say hello and goodbye to your ski mates till next year.


You can download the current issue, Issue 6 (October 2015) of the CCCSC newsletter. Only CCCSC financial members have access to all available newsletters.

A full copy of the current issue is now uploaded. Access is through the Members Only Area.

The next issue of our newsletter, Off-Piste, is due soon after 19 October 2015.

Lessons for Members

Please check out what to bring when you have booked a lesson. You can also call Acacia from K7 on 0402 298 821 and she will assist you with what to bring.

Could all participants bring a signed Waiver form to the lesson.

The Instruction Program 2015 is on the Lessons page. To make bookings, follow this link:Register Now

List of CCCSC financial members

Coming later this ski season.

Accessing the Members Only Area

Once you have joined the club, the membership secretary will email you with the username and password to access the restricted area.

Joining the Google Groups

A few hints to help you joining the Google Groups

Alpine Search and Rescue

Check out info from First Social Night presentation: Alpine Operators Course Notes. Note that you need to be a member to access this info.

Change of e-Mail Address

If you happen to change email address, or if for any reason you haven't been receiving our emails, please let the membership secretary know ASAP.